Wealthy, powerful and influential Seth Dharamdas leads a financially secure life in a palatial mansion. He is known to come to the aid of all people who are beyond any hope of assistance, and this leads to him being known as "Dharmatma". But Seth Dharamdas does have a number of skeletons in his closet, and a parallel life as a gangster. The only person Dharamdas hates and fears is none other than his very own son, Ranbir, who has sworn that he will never compromise with his father's dark career, and threatens to expose him. Dharamdas has never conceded surrender or defeat at the hands of any mortal, and will never even consider to do so - even if this means the death of Ranbir. Songs include "Tere cheherey mein woh jadoo hai..."; "Tum ne kisise kabhi pyar kiya hai, pyar bhara dil kisiko diya hai...".
Did You Know?
Indivar had written the song aap jaisa koi.... origionaly for Dharmatma, it was to be picturised on Faryal near the climax, then Feroz Khan decided to put cabret music there and aap jaisa koi wasnt recorded instead later it was recorded for Qurbani See more
The UK release was cut, the distributor required to remove scene of rams butting each other in orchestrated fight in accordance with the Cinematograph Films (Animals) Act 1937. No uncut classification was available. See more
Followed by Dayavan
Kya Khoob Lagti Ho
Performed by Mukesh
& Kanchan See more